A “March” Through Proverbs

I originally began this series on March 1, 2015, but you can begin at any time. The idea of this series is similar to that of a book club. We read one chapter of Proverbs each day, which conveniently corresponds to the day of the month. Then, you share with me a verse that blessed you and I will do the same with you. Or, just leave me a comment to let me know that you’re reading along. My mother is Proverbs-lover from my youth, therefore, I feel a close kinship with many of its passages. If you already read a chapter of Proverbs each day, then how about joining in with me, just for something different? I’d love to hear about your favorite verses of Proverbs. I’m calling this series “A March Through Proverbs”. You can subscribe to my blog by clicking HERE  and never miss a post! It will come to your inbox. Okay, get your Bible, and maybe some coffee, and let’s get started!

 Proverbs 1: A Reliable Source

Proverbs 2: Wise Words from Solomon

Proverbs 3: Finding God’s Will

Proverbs 4: The Heart of the Problem

Proverbs 5: God is Watching

Proverbs 6: The Disciplined Life

Proverbs 7: It’s Up to Me

Proverbs 8: In Praise of Wisdom

Proverbs 9: The Fear of the Lord

Proverbs 10: Taming the Motor Mouth

Proverbs 11: Scatter to Receive

Proverbs 12: How to Make a Sad Heart Glad

Proverbs 13: Don’t Lose Control

Proverbs 14: Talk is Cheap

Proverbs 15: How to End a Fight

Proverbs 16: The Great Fall

Proverbs 17: True Love

Proverbs 18: Friends

Proverbs 19: A Man’s Mind and God’s Counsel

Proverbs 20: How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

Proverbs 21: The Cry of the Poor

Proverbs 22: Greater Than Gold

Proverbs 23: From Envy to Gratitude in 2.3 Seconds

Proverbs 24: When We Shouldn’t Rejoice

Proverbs 25: A Broken Wall and a Lasting Legacy

Proverbs 26: Joker, Beware

Proverbs 27: My Filthy Rags

Proverbs 28: Do Right

Proverbs 29: The Foolish and the Wise

Proverbs 30: Pure Words and Protective Watchcare

Proverbs 31: The Lady I’d Like to Be

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